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The Lus strip, has been developed as a powerful alternative to conventional Floresent lighting or neon. This superb 12/24/36 watt RGB fixture creates halo projection for use in situations where colour is requires. The beam is available in a standard wide angle projection. The Lus/12/24/36 is powered...

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